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Wash. mall shooting suspect identified

Arcan Cetin, 20, of Oak Harbor, Wash., is accused of gunning down five people Friday in a mall north of Seattle.

Watch: Keith Lamont Scott fatal shooting footage released

Charlotte police released dramatic video footage Saturday that shows officers surrounding a black man with his hands at his side before shots are fired.

Read the Charlotte police report on the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott

To accompany the video, police also issued a ‘‘case update’’ on Saturday. It is published here, in its entirety.

Suspect arrested in Wash. mall shooting

The suspect was taken into custody around 6:30 p.m., officials said.

What Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump need to do to win the first debate

For either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton to come away the clear winner, something pretty extraordinary needs to happen.

There’s never been a debate quite like this one

All that’s at stake is the future of the free world.

Doubts remain after Charlotte police shooting video released

Charlotte police have released body and dashboard camera footage of the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.

Meet the new Senate battleground states

Seats such in red-leaning states as Indiana, Missouri, and North Carolina are up for grabs.

National black history museum opens

President Obama said he hoped the stories contained inside will help everyone ‘‘walk away that much more in love’’ with their country.

Warmer waters might prevent baby lobsters from surviving

Scientists conducting research in Maine said the discovery could mean bad news for the future of one of America’s most beloved seafood treats.

Police hunt man who killed 5 at Wash. state mall

A gunman opened fire in the makeup department of a Macy’s store at a mall north of Seattle, killing four females and one man.

4 dead in shooting at mall north of Seattle

Authorities said at least one suspect remained at large after the shooting in Burlington, Wash.

Wash. police now say 4 fatally shot in mall north of Seattle

Authorities initially said four people were killed, then said three were dead, before revising the number again.

Clinton postpones weekend visit to Charlotte

Hillary Clinton’s campaign says she has decided to postpone her planned trip to Charlotte, North Carolina.

Obama vetoes bill that would let 9/11 families sue Saudis

The decision set up the possibility that Congress might override his veto for the first time in his presidency.

FBI gave immunity to top Clinton aide, GOP lawmaker says

Hillary Clinton’s former chief of staff, and two other staff members were granted immunity deals, says a Republican congressman.

Stalemated Congress flirts with shutdown

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan still don’t have a deal. Government funding runs out Sept. 30.

Cruz announces support for Trump

“After many months of careful consideration, of prayer and searching my own conscience, I have decided that on Election Day, I will vote for the Republican nominee, Donald Trump,” Cruz wrote in a statement posted on Facebook.

New museum on African-American history opens

The museum, which opens Saturday on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., is a faceted look at the black experience.

Langston Hughes’s ‘I, too’ gets its own page in The New York Times

The powerful poem, written in 1926, offers a poignant look at the complexities of being a black man in America.

Video shows man’s wife pleading with Charlotte police

A video of a deadly encounter between Charlotte police and Keith Scott shows his wife repeatedly telling officers he is not armed.

Video shows man’s wife pleading with Charlotte police

A video of a deadly encounter between Charlotte police and Keith Scott shows his wife repeatedly telling officers he is not armed.

Live: Charlotte officials speak

The mayor of the North Carolina city ordered a curfew Thursday after two nights of violent unrest.

San Francisco’s Millennium Tower has sunk about 16 inches

The 58-story building’s problems have produced a wide-eyed examination of whether the city properly monitored the frenetic skyscraper-building spree.

6-year-old boy writes Obama about refugee ‘brother’

For Alex, a 6-year-old from Scarsdale, N.Y., the images of Omran Daqneesh called upon an even deeper sense of responsibility and shared humanity.

The Latest: Charlotte curfew over shooting ends for Friday

Mayor Jennifer Roberts issued the curfew order Thursday night, to be in effect from midnight until 6 a.m. each day that the state of emergency continues.

The tale of the tape: When should police videos be released?

The Tulsa and Charlotte police shootings raise questions about whether police are obligated to release video footage.

Criminal charges in Tulsa police shooting may prevent unrest

Betty Shelby turned herself in early Friday, hours after prosecutors charged her with first-degree manslaughter in the death of Terence Crutcher.

Rahami’s father says he told FBI that son had ‘become bad’

The father of the man charged with setting off bombs in New York and New Jersey informed the FBI in 2014 about his son’s apparent radicalization.

‘Safety Check’ during N.C. protest a first for Facebook

This week, for the first time, Facebook turned on its safety feature for a city involved in Black Lives Matter protests.

Phoenix chief: 3 officers resign after man forced to eat pot

Three Phoenix police officers have resigned after a man alleged they forced him to eat marijuana found in his vehicle to avoid going to jail, Chief Joseph Yahner said Thursday.

Protesters out in Charlotte for 3rd night but stay peaceful

Protesters massed on Charlotte’s streets for a third night Thursday in the latest sign of mounting pressure for police to release video that could resolve wildly different accounts of the shooting of a black man.

Father of accused bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami stands by claim about FBI

Mohammad Rahami says he warned federal agents explicitly about his son’s interest in terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda and his fascination with jihadi music, poetry, and videos.

Charlotte mayor imposing curfew after three nights of protests

On the third night, demonstrators chanted ‘‘release the tape’’ while briefly blocking an intersection in the heart of the city’s business district.

N.C. congressman says Charlotte protesters ‘hate white people’

US Rep. Robert Pittenger said the protesters “hate white people because white people are successful and they’re not.’’

3rd night of Charlotte protests stays largely peaceful

A midnight curfew enacted by the mayor encouraged a stopping point for the demonstrations.

Grays under pressure

Friday: Cloudy, may shower; high 80-85, low 54-59

Heavy rain swamps portions of several Midwestern states

It’s a soggy start to fall for several Midwestern states, where heavy rain has flooded homes, closed major highways, stranded motorists and derailed a train.

US to step up deportation of Haitians amid surge at border

MEXICO CITY — The Obama administration, responding to an extraordinary wave of Haitian migrants seeking to enter the United States, said Thursday that it would fully resume deportations of undocumented Haitian immigrants.

In third Marine aircraft crash in two months, a Harrier jet goes down off Japan

A Marine Corps AV-8 Harrier went down 100 miles east of the coast of Okinawa, the Marine Corps said Thursday.

They wanted a backpack, they found a bomb

Two men recount how they came to discover a backpack authorities are now linking to New York terror suspect

Deplorable? Trump more so than Clinton, poll finds

A new poll found that Hillary Clinton’s stumble didn’t have quite the impact that Donald Trump and his supporters wanted.

Prosecutor announces charges against officer in Tulsa shooting

Betty Shelby was charged with 1st-degree manslaughter after fatally shooting an unarmed black man on a city street last week.

Elizabeth Warren has harsh words for Wells Fargo chief executive over phony accounts

Senator Elizabeth Warren confronted the chief executive of Wells Fargo Tuesday, accusing him of “gutless leadership” and calling for his resignation during a hostile Senate hearing focused on the bank’s years-long practice of creating phony accounts in customers’ names.

Live: Charlotte officials speak

One protester was critically wounded after being shot Wednesday, the second night in a row of unrest over the fatal police shooting of a black man.

Anthony Weiner communicated online with teen, denies sexting allegations

Disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner said he has been the subject of a hoax.

Charlotte police will show video to man’s family

The police chief of Charlotte will not immediately release the footage to the public but will show it to the family of the man whose death has sparked unrest.

Police try to quell anger after shooting triggers unrest

Authorities tried to quell public anger and correct what they characterized as false information Wednesday after a night of looting and arson added Charlotte to the list of U.S. cities that have erupted in violence over the death of a black man at the hands of police.

Protests erupted in Charlotte for a second night

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Firefighter dies, 1 hurt as 1,000 battle California wildfire

The accident happened as firefighting crews gained ground in their effort to contain the 19-square-mile fire.